Inter Miami have sacked Phil Neville after a run of 10 defeats in 13 MLS games.
The club, who are co-owned by Neville’s former Manchester United team-mate David Beckham, are bottom of the Eastern Conference after 15 games.
“Sometimes in this game we have to make the toughest decisions,” Beckham said in a statement.
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“Sadly we feel the time is right to make a change. I want to personally thank Phil for his hard work, his passion for our club and for his integrity as a person.
“He and his family embraced Miami and he has devoted himself to the drive to bring success to the city and to our fans.
“Phil has made a real contribution to the culture of our club with his qualities as a leader and knowledge as a coach.”
Neville arrived in 2021 after leaving the England women’s team. He led Inter Miami, which was only founded in 2018, to the MLS Cup play-offs last year.
“I would like to thank the Inter Miami CF ownership group for their trust and making me a part of this project; the players and staff for their impressive commitment, dedication and hard work; and the fans for their unwavering support for the club since day one,” said Neville.
“I’m grateful to have played a part in the growth of this club and wish Inter Miami CF all the best in the future.”
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